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Evil Dead: The Game – Will it Come to Xbox Game Pass?

From the publisher Saber Interactive and the developer Boss Team Games is the latest co-op and asymmetrical PvP game with the Evil Dead skin, complete with cross-play capabilities. Delivering the ulti

From the publisher Saber Interactive and the developer Boss Team Games is the latest co-op and asymmetrical PvP game with the Evil Dead skin, complete with cross-play capabilities. Delivering the ultimate Evil Dead experience, you can build your squad from various characters, including Ash, Kelly Maxwell, Scotty, and Lord Arthur, to banish the Kandarian Demon. Or become the darkness and try to stop the heroes. Evil Dead: The Game was launched to current PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as PC through Epic Games Store right on time for Friday the 13th of May 2022, and now fans are asking whether the game will come to the Xbox Game Pass as well or not.

Will Saber Interactive Release Evil Dead: The Game for Xbox Game Pass?

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If you are waiting for Evil Dead: The Game to be added to Game Pass in the near future, I suggest you do not hold your breath. At the time of writing, there is no sign or rumor about Saber Interactive releasing it to Microsoft’s subscription service. Even if we try to look at Boss Team Games’ track record, the developer’s previous work is only Cobra Kai: Card Fighter, a mobile game for Android and iOS devices. With that in mind, it’s hard to gauge whether Game Pass subscribers will be able to play it for free or not.

While Saber Interactive and Microsoft have yet to announce the release of Evil Dead: The Game for Xbox Game Pass, the service is pretty well-known for randomly adding and removing games without notice. For now, keep an eye on Game Pass and Evil Dead: The Game‘s official social media accounts for updates. Of course, we will also let you know if the game ends up launched for the service.

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Evil Dead – The Game is available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games store (will become available on Nintendo in the future).

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